Oh and i do forget to tell you she is a widow, and they do talking on camera sometimes, even he get her phone number hope is help
anonymous from United States
Dating scams are an art form for many Philippine women. Every day there is a Filipina somewhere who is planning to scam a foreign man out of his money. They often brag about it to their friends. Well-designed scams quickly spread through Filipina social groups. Some girls believe that men who are foolish enough to fall for these scams are not good mates. You may think you are helping a girl by sending money, while she thinks a 'fool and his money' are soon parted.
Well thank you, it's still confusing, she went on camera so my brother was able to talk with her kids, and the mother also. But the next day she started to say she has a problem to feeding her kids... but then she stop didn't ask any money. Plus i did my check here reading about scammers, and a tons of line they use she use it to. Like i am real... for God shake if you real you don't even think you have to say that correct? etc etc. I believe she is a scammer, but somehow a different one, because actually she answers the questions.
Well thank you, it's still confusing, she went on camera so my brother was able to talk with her kids, and the mother also. But the next day she started to say she has a problem to feeding her kids... but then she stop didn't ask any money. Plus i did my check here reading about scammers, and a tons of line they use she use it to. Like i am real... So is she then why she has to say that etc etc. I believe she is a scammer, but somehow a different one, because actually she answers the questions.
After Ghana and Nigeria, the Philippines is probably the largest source for Dating or Romance Scams. The worst part is that these are real people, not using fake photos or profiles. They simply want you to support them, and they will tell you anything to get your money, but it’s always based in part in the truth, so it makes it harder to spot.
Most Filipino dating scammers work on the principle of low value, high volume scamming. Typically this involves asking a victim to send a small amount of money to buy food, pay for daily living expenses, internet access, hiring a private room with a webcam or numerous other variations on the above. Filipino scammers may also ask you to send money for plane tickets, visa fees, marriage annulment fees or other travel related expenses.
Places like Cebu City and many other places have many people and very little jobs available ... This ring of Filipino heart scammers are mostly gay men. Explaining how the scam works, they tease men to get them comfortable and work on a prepared texts. Some of the chatters can barely speak English and many are young gay men that communicate often using pre-recorded video so the victim never knows.
anonymous from Canada
Thank you so much. Well i guess then i can't do anything, he never will believe me. Yesterday i was with him when he did talk to her on camera. She didn't know i am there. She is good. She sound so nice, so real, so fall in love with my brother. She was sound like so happy to talking to him. She also told my brother she had to work 20 hours straight just to feed her kids. So i guess its will be a beginning but maybe i am wrong why would she ask for money when she has a choice to come here? She also asked my brother if she able to use his last name on the site, saying they already married. I can't do anything anymore just watch him destroy his life, and hopping i was wrong he was right.
Now after this Julie Yuliana cutie saw that I had other pics of her too, he/she quickly disconnected. Here some sort of a fake passport she sent me...
LOL couldn't resist posting this one she sent me showing off her fake tits... beware the scam !
anonymous from United Kingdom
I had this person trying to scam me, she called herself Emilia Escebedo or Millie as she asked to be called. She gave me her home address as Frisco, Texas but told me she was working in Russia. For a few months everything was fine then she came out with crazy story that old lady in Russia had offered her 8 gold bars to pay for her grandchildren to get out of Russia. She needed £40,000 to get gold smelted so she could bring it over to me in England i told her i couldn't find that sort of money then she said she would come to England to meet me. She would arrive Christmas Day and i was to meet her at airport, i never went as i suspected a scam although i told her i was there. The next day i received e mail from head of customs in Holland telling me she had been caught at Amsterdam airport with 48 kilos of gold and she needed $10,000 for her bail. Needless to say i ignored the e mail after that i was bombarded with pleas from her to help her as if not she would be sent back to Russia to stand trial. Again i ignored her request then she disappeared for about a week, then suddenly reappeared to tell me she had been jailed for 19 months unless i could send her $10,000 to pay her fine, i keep coming up with various stories about problems i'm having getting money for her. She gives me details of prison life in Russia and how desperate she is to get out. Her stories are very convincing and could easily convince you she is in trouble, it was only the fact that the gold story made no sense that i was not fooled. Be very careful as she is really good.
She told me unless she could raise $500 within the next 24 hrs. she would be sent to a hoosegow in Kuala Lumpur as a sex slave...
She loved me until I wouldn't send her money. I spent a week communicating with her. I feel so used! LOL Beware it's the creole sexpot Julie Yuliana.
Aka Michelle Makinde from United States
Have many snaps of her using the name Michelle Makinde
anonymous from United States
Save your money pix belongs to 'Julie Yuliana' an exotic club stripper in Miami. Scammers love using her pictures. Stripper last seen at Backdoor Bamby's...